Best Food at TD Garden
TD Garden is home to the Boston Celtics NBA team and Boston Bruins NHL team out 100 Legends Way, Boston, Massachusetts 02114. In addition to sports games, TD Garden hosts plenty of concerts all year round. Here are some of the best concession stand food options to get on game day when you visit!
Classic TD Garden Food Choices
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- Lucky’s Chicken: Chicken and French fries in a bucket out in sections 5, 19, and 310
- Hub Hot Dog: Serving up classic hot dogs with relish, ketchup, beer, hard seltzer, and onions in sections 3, 14, 302, and 317
- Sal’s Pizza: Get a slice of Italian or pepperoni pizza at the game behind sections 6 and 17
- North End Butcher: Hog dogs with peppers, onions, beer, and more out in sections 20 and 315
- Sam Adam’s Brewhouse: Fans looking for that authentic Boston beer should head to level 4 behind sections 6 and 7
- Bud Light Blue Zone: Get Bud light and more out in section 309
New Foods to Enjoy During a Bruins / Celtics Game
- Back Bay BBQ: BBQ chicken, brisket sliders, and more out in section 323
- Taqueria: Serving up three tacos with a wide range of flavors
- Frito-Lay Test Kitchen: Serving up Cheetos waffle chicken sandwich
- Causeway Carvery: Serving up burgers, wings, fries, nachos, and more out in section 309
- Boston Common: Serving up New England clam chowder, fries, grilled cheese, and more
Can You Bring Outside Food into TD Garden?
You can’t bring in any outside food into TD Garden.
Can You Smoke Inside TD Garden?
There is no smoking inside TD Garden.
Can you Bring a Backpack into TD Garden?
According to tdgarden.com, you can’t bring any backpacks or luggage into the north-end venue.
Parking Around the Venue
Parking around the Garden might be difficult unless you are familiar with the North End. To help you find parking, you should visit the TD Garden Parking page to find great deals on spots near the venue.
Also, the commuter rail, bus, AMTRAK, and the subway all bring fans directly to North Station. Consider using public transportation to get to and from the game if you live in or around the Boston area.
In summary, TD Garden, which replaced the Boston Garden in 1996, is conveniently tucked into the North End “Italian End” of Boston, Massachusetts. It’s a central hub for many forms of public transportation, so getting to and from the game is relatively easy. Not only does Boston have great sports teams, but the food menu isn’t that bad, which makes catching an event at the garden great!
Finally, you will find plenty of amazing bars and restaurants all around the venue to go to before and after a game!